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Anderson Forecast: CA Job Market Continues to Improve

Continued improvement in the national construction and automobile industries, along with rising consumer demand, will translate into lower unemployment in California... Read more »

Mortgage Scam Targeted Seniors

A North Hollywood man was scheduled to be arraigned today on charges that he bilked three women in their 60s and 70s out of thousands of dollars while claiming that... Read more »

Judge Approves $15 Million Herbalife Settlement

A Los Angeles federal judge signed off on a $15 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit brought by a former Herbalife Ltd. salesman who alleged the Los Angeles-based... Read more »

Minimum Wage Hike Gets Big Boost in L.A.

The minimum wage in Los Angeles would rise to $15 an hour by 2020 for large employers, with a one-year delay for businesses with 25 or fewer workers, under a proposal... Read more »

Seafood Processor Faces Potential $1.5 Million Fine in Worker’s Death

Bumble Bee Foods and two of its employees were hit with criminal charges Monday stemming from the 2012 death of a worker who was trapped inside an industrial oven... Read more »

NLRB Issues Complaint Against El Super Chain

The National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against a Paramount-based supermarket chain for allegedly restraining employees from advocating for union representation,... Read more »

‘Downtown L.A. is Full of Mice,’ Says Alleged Slumlord

An accused slumlord brushed off complaints by tenants about rodent infestation at his 26-unit South Los Angeles apartment building, according to an excerpt of his... Read more »

Garcetti’s Budget High on ‘Rebuilding’

Mayor Eric Garcetti released an $8.5 billion budget proposal Monday that he called the healthiest in years, including more funding for tree-trimming, street-cleaning,... Read more »

Sen. De Leon Shares Agenda With Business Community

“California is the seventh largest economy in the entire world,” senate leader Kevin De Leon told a gathering of Latino business owners last week. He was taking... Read more »

California Workers’ Comp Law Gets Criticism, Praise at Senate Hearing

March 26, 2015, 5:01 p.m An architect of California’s recent workers’ comp reform testified Wednesday that the law was being misused by insurers and... Read more »

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